SAP User Groups
SAP User Groups are independent, not-for-profit organizations of SAP customer companies, and partners dedicated to educate members, enable customer involvement, and influence SAP's strategy. Today, global user groups span 30 unique chapters across 6 continents - these groups help approximately 120,000 individual members to achieve their business goals.
Visit SAP User Groups Worldwide for a complete list.
ASUG strives to be the most trusted source for experience-driven education and peer networking and serves as the collective influential voice of customers shaping the future of SAP solutions. Learn more about ASUG and the ASUG University Connection.
The German speaking SAP User Group
DACH SAP User Group (DSAG)
DSAG, located in Walldorf, is the independent lobby for users in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The umbrella organization, which was founded on 25th June 1997 as a registered association, has established itself as a SAP user group worldwide.
DSAG has events year-round. View DSAG's event calendar to learn more about current opportunities.
INDUS' mission is to help customers maximize their return of investments in SAP. They provide a platform for interaction between registered members of SAP's Ecosystem and SAP through its various Focus groups.
For additional information including their latest newsletter, brouchure and events veiw the INDUS Community.
SAP Australian User Group (SAUG)
SAUG encourages universities, who are part of the SAP University Alliances program, to become members and take advantage of the SAUG activities to further enhance their curriculum and form closer links with industry.
SAUG's is dedicated to providing its members and up and coming SAP Professionals with education opportunities. The Student Award Program is open to any university that is a member of SAUG and has curriculum containing an ERP component. These awards recognize outstanding achievement by students at eligible universities.